Recently the idea of a Manyfold Universe was proposed by some authors to explain Dark Matter . In this study we assume that the Standard Model(SM) of particles and fields with gravity propagating in the Higher Dimensional Spacetime(Bulk) while other interactions are confined to 3+1 Einsteinian spacetime(Brane) is not due to open strings and closed loops but instead is due to the capability of gravity as the weakest and ”smallest” interaction to penetrate these small Bulk size (10 −31 m to 10 −35m) while protons,neutrons and other interactions stronger and ”larger” than gravity do not ”fits” in the size of the Bulk and remains trapped on the Brane and we present a equation to justify this point of view. Our picture relies over the geometrical beauty of the Manyfold Universe proposal that Dark Matter is chemically identical to ordinary matter but lies on other Folds. We present the fact that the exotic particles such as Photinos,Axions,WIMPS,Neutralinos etc all created to explain the Mistery of Dark Matter dont have physical existance because these were not found by a precise instrument as the NASA Chandra Satellite and NASA agrees with the Manyfold Universe and we will shall see this in the text. Also the geometrical point of view for the small size of the Bulk eliminates the need of trapping mechanisms to confine matter in the Brane based on exotic physics (eq Quintessence Fields or Einstein Cosmological Constant) providing a geometric trapping mechanism of natural beauty. Matter cannot enter the Bulk because its size is ”larger” than the size of the Bulk itself. Also we ”enlarge” the ”size” of the Bulk from 10 −35m to 10 2 m demonstrating that the Newtonian Gravity Constant in 3+1 Dimensions
The Sabzkuh water conveyance tunnel with a length of 10617 meters is currently under construction using conventional (350 m, T1 section) and mechanized (10267 m, T2 section) methods in the High Zagros zone, which is near the Main Zagros fault. After construction of the tunnel inlet portal and before starting the tunnel excavation, certain signs of instability were observed in the portal, including crack formation in surface concrete lining of slopes and surface water collection canals, displacement in slope monitoring pins, and tensile cracks in the trench. However, despite these warnings, the possibility for instability and collapse in this area was disregarded. After excavating 35m in the tunnel portal using full face conventional methods, a daylight collapse occurred in the tunnel and the trench slope majorly failed due to the presence of highly dipping slope layers, poor geotechnical characteristics of soil layers, landslide prone area, poor drainage in the tunnel and slope, and utilizing an inappropriate tunnel excavation method. The failure resulted in the formation of a 22 m wide crater in the ground surface . Handling the collapsed area lasted about seven months and imposed high costs on the project and consequently on the schedule. Having the tunnel collapse and given the difficult and complex geotechnical and geological conditions, the DCP was revised and accordingly, the approach of Analysis of Controlled Deformations in Rocks and Soils (ADECO-RS) [15, 21, 28] was selected due to its successful application experiences. Consequently, the excavation
measurement and calculation. Residential area along the way of Cempaka Station (Cempaka Indah and Pinggir Cempaka) was chosen for this study. They have been chosen to be focused on because the two are the closest to the Ampang line LRT downtrack and uptracks. The method infused in collecting the data have used the sound level meter in ranges of 15 m, 25 m dan 35m from the center of downtrack and 20 m, 30 m and 40 m from the center of uptrack. Data collections were occur within the peak hour and the off-peak hour which is limited to daytime only. This study also have three important parameters in creating and setting up the noise L A,max
This study pertaining to “wheat phenology, weeds density, fresh and dry weight as affected by potassium sources, levels and tillage practice”was conducted at New Developmental Farm the University of Agriculture Peshawar Pakistan, during Rabi 2012. The experiment was laid out in randomize complete block design (RCBD) with split plot arrangement having three replications. Plot size was kept (3 m× 3 m).Whichaccommodate 10 rows with 30 cm row to row distance. Wheat variety siran 2010 was sown. A basal dose of N and P was used at the rate of 120 and 90 kg ha -1 from urea and single super
Activity counts during 24 hours, calculated using one hour intervals, for patients with major depression, schizophrenia, and healthy controls are shown in Figure 1. Total and night time activity, as well as results from the calculation of interdaily stability, intradaily variability, and relative amplitude are shown in Table 4. Analyses of variance (ANOVA) showed significant differences between the groups for all these parameters, with the exception of relative amplitude. Schizophrenic patients and patients with depression both showed substantial reductions in total activity (47% and 35% compared to the control group), but the schizophrenic patients had a more pronounced reduction in night time activity (57%) than Table 2: Demographic and clinical characteristics of patients with a major depressive episode (n = 23).
SG566 was equipped with an unpumped Seabird SBE13 CT sail (conductivity − temperature; Seabird Electronics, Bellevue, USA), a Paine pressure sensor (Paine Electronics, East Wenatchee, USA), a Triplet Ecopuck (Wetlabs, Philomath, USA) measuring chlorophyll ﬂ uorescence and optical back scatter, and a broadband 4 π cosine photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) sensor (400 − 700 nm; Biospherical Instru- ments, San Diego, USA). Raw measurements from the CT sail were initially calibrated using manufacturer-supplied coe ﬃ cients, with further corrections to account for thermal lag. 34 Glider salinities were calibrated against cruise data. 35 Pressure measure- ments were corrected to remove long-term drift and to account for pressure hysteresis within each dive.
We suspected that new resistance genes probably exist in the genomes of isolates No.8 and No.11 since the phe- notype of nitrofurantoin intermediation in our cases was not caused by nsfA and nsfB, nitrofurantoin-resist- ant genes that were recorded in CARD database. If the nitrofurantoin resistance mechanism is similar in the two samples, the 35 genes in the orthologous which contain genes both in the genomes of isolates No.8 and No.11 only or mixed with at most one NCBI genome would be potential candidates for the nitrofurantoin resistance. We also built another orthologous list with the other three genomes of the five isolates as the nitrofurantoin-suscep- tible control to integrate our finding. There is a greater likelihood for the four genes annotated as hypothetical proteins in the intersection of the two orthologous lists to be the nitrofurantoin-resistant related genes.
• As ceaseless obstructive pneumonic ailment (COPD) propels, around 35% of patients encounter extreme weight reduction called aspiratory cachexia, including lessened muscle mass. Around 25% experience direct to serious weight reduction, and most others have some weight loss. Greater weight reduction is related with poorer prognosis. Theories about contributing elements incorporate craving misfortune identified with diminished action, extra vitality required for breathing, and the trouble of eating with dyspnea (toiled breathing).